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reforma migratoria, apoya la legalizaciÓn de once millones de indocumentatos, en arizona pretenden cerrar puertas de hospitales a inmigrantes indocumentados, un nuevo escÁndalo de dopaje en el deporte, dicen tener prueba que estrellas del bÉisbol y otros deportistas compraban sustancias en una clÍnica de miami, un soldado sometido a un transplante de extremidades, y tiene brazos de un donante, con esto y mÁs comienza la ediciÓn nocturna. ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> este es su "noticiero univisiÓn" edicion nocturna, con ilia calderÓn y enrique acevedo. >>> muy buenas noches. ayer fue el senado, y hoy el presidente obama, presentÓ los elementos de su plan para reformar el sistema migratorio, dijo que si legisladores no actÚan a tiempo, enviarÁ una propuesta al congreso para la votaciÓn, lourdes del rio, tiene los detalles. >>> en el gimnasio de una escuela secundaria, en una zona predominantemente hispana de las vegas, el presidente obama dijo las palabras que esperaron por aÑos. >>> (hablan en inglÉs). >>> estoy aquÍ porque llegÓ el momento de una reforma de nuestro sistema de inmigr
, and later, arizona governor jan brewer delivers her state of the state address. >> there's a new ebook on the market called how the technology can fix the budget and establish obama's legacy. the co-authors are both fcc officials. reed hundt in the clinton administration, and blair levin spent time there as the national broadband plan. gentlemen, thanks for being here. mr. hundt. your book's subtitle. how can technology fix the budget and help us over the so-called fiscal cliff. >> guest: that is the subtitle and it's a bit of a mouthful. the fundamental idea here is if you spend time in silicon valley, spend time in detroit where the automobile industry is being rebuilt. you spend time outside the beltway you see that america has the potential to generate abundance for its own citizens and for the world. you spend time only inside the beltway it looks like a zero sum game, looks like lose/lose and who is going to lose the most is the gist of the negotiations. so what we tried to say in the book, what are the lessons of the technology sector, that comes from the optimism in the tec
-0 in conference play. >> doug: of course, ucla has to head on the road next with arizona and arizona state. you don't want to allow oregon to beat you twice, but arizona is good enough. leaves you a two-game losing streak if you can't pull something out of your had. >> spero: and ben howland takes on the arizona wildcats thursday night. foul charged to the bruins. it's on norman powell. his second. >> doug: ucla up coming, washington. never an easy out. they're off to a hot start. usc has better talent than their 7-11 record. they had three lay-ups to beat oregon thursday night. >> spero: two-shot situation. 10th team foul against the bruins. what a huge road win this would be for the ducks. up 6 with 41.5 remaining. >> doug: and every coach has their guy. when you spoke of their name, it's almost under hush tones. altman had a guard named ryan sears. he says he's the best guard he has add a freshman. >> spero: one of the most high profile recruits he's had in eugene. third season leading this program. artis 14 points today, six assists. oregon leads by 7. drew on a step-back. a long 2. ucla ou
united states, the last state admitted on the big part of the map? that was arizona. arizona was the 48th state. it was not admitted to the union until 1912. it just has not been a state for very long, which is maybe why it sometimes feels like arizona is still working out the kinks. but it also means that all of the oldest things about the state as a state just aren't very old at all. the first governor of the state of arizona was in office starting in 1912. only 100 years ago, right? and if you are a schoolchild in arizona, and you are treated to a school field trip to the arizona capitol museum, one of the things you'll be treated to on that field trip is the sight of the state's first governor. george w.p. hunt, as a life-sized wax figurine, right down to the life-sized white shoes. see? under the desk right there. he is wax. he is seated at his desk. if you are freaked out by the life-sized wax figure of the first governor of arizona and you leave the arizona state capitol museum and you flee into the streets of phoenix, you will find yourself still kind of face-to-face with that sam
introduce you to some new female members of congress, this week it's arizona's kyrsten sinema. >> hello, i'm bonnie erbe. welcome to "to the contrary," a discussion of news and social trends from diverse perspectives. up first, the gun debate rages on. children move to the forefront of the gun control debate as both sides use kids in their campaigns. first, the nra released a web ad accusing president obama of being a hypocrite. >> just another elitist hypocrite. >> that because he's skeptical of putting armed guards in schools while his daughters are protected by the secret service. then, flanked by children of all ages in the background, mr. obama signed 23 executive orders on gun control. late next week the senate starts considering plans to limit gun ownership. congresswoman norton, are kids being used as props in the gun control debate? >> bonnie, this time the kids were targets not just props so on appropriate occasions they will insist on being heard. >> i think children have been used on many political issues by both sides, brings sympathy to any issue but we'll say it again >> the
of arizona, we appreciate you being here. if it's any consolation, i have bad seed years ago. -- i had that seat years ago>> it is good to know and thank you for convening this and thinking to the panel for being here and offering excellent testimony. i especially want to thank mark for being here and i'm sure gaby is watching the proceedings. i just visited her and i want you to know and -- and her to know how much we miss her. i was on a call this morning with a few dozen ranchers, border renters in arizona, and -- order ranchers in arizona and practice she began years ago, to talk about immigration issues and keep them up to speed and seek their input. i have continued that practice. i can tell you she offered wonderful representation to the people of southern arizona's and she is missed. i'm grateful to you and to her for the public service you have offered in the last year under difficult circumstances and taking up this new cause so thank you. with regard to the tucson shooting, you mentioned jared loughner had had drug use in the past that might have triggered an entry into a sy
and arming principles to stop intruders in our public schools. arizona's attorney general tom horne is with us next. and why isn't anyone in waington talking about jobs? millions of americans still out of work. where have the jobs gone? where will we find new ones? are economist joins us lou: the job market slowly improving. but will this year be a breakout year for job creation? de minimis joi us in moments to answer that questioand many others. the economy added 155,000 jobs last month. the unemployment rate coming in at 7.8% unchanged from the revised november number. the dow jones industrial closing of the session with a 44-point gain. the s&p rising seven points. the nasdaq up on the volume on the big board. 2.4 billion shares. the major indexes all posting their best weekly performance since early december. the dow jones almost 500 points this wee, the s&p and nasdaq up mo than 4.5%. the russell index posting a record high. up 47.1 week. the best level since july of 2011. the 10 year treasury closing up 1.9%, crude oil more than $2 per week. now above $93 per barrel. gold is d
worker. >>> and there has been a miracle in the desert. arizona governor jan brewer is now in love with obama care. >> you know, it's going to create jobs, particularly our rural hospitals. and it's a moral thing. >> good to have you with us tonight, folks. thanks for watching. the country demanded change in the wake of the newtown shootings. one month later, change is here. new york governor andrew cuomo and his state said his state would deliver on immediate solutions to gun violence. today his state legislature, including the republican-controlled senate, passed one of the toughest gun reform laws in the country. the governor signed the bill into law immediately. the new measure bans high capacity magazines limiting clips to seven rounds of ammunition. the law changes the definition of assault weapons, making guns like the bushmaster illegal. there are now background checks for all gun sales, including private transactions. the law requires background checks for ammunition. it also requires mandatory reporting of mental health threats. governor cuomo said that his state wanted t
, the representative from arizona's ninth district kirsten cinema. >> thank you. glad to be here. >> you have been in the congress for all of 48 hours do. you have it fixed yet? >> no, but by monday. give me the weekend. >> another few minutes. and seriously, the first thing that the 113th has managed to do is to vote on the leadership and the sandy bill, but you all are coming in on the backend obviously of the fiscal cliff negotiations. who is really empower ed in thi congress? >> well, i think that we saw clearly that representative canter holds heavy sway over a significant portion of the caucus, but as we saw in the vote that happened on thursday, speaker boehner maintains the loyalty of the majority of the members of the caucus, but we won't see that struggle end. i think that the struggle will continue. and frankly, from someone sitting on the other side of the aisle, we all as democratic freshmen were surprised in wonderment as we watched it, because it seemed like a lack of strength in unity and it is continuing to be fracture rouse and it will cause problems for them as we move forward.
. >>> and next door in arizona, two teenagers there say they have learned their lesson. they wound up hanging on to a dead tree after the frozen lake they were walking across cracked. both lost a shoe in the icy waters. so, they covered their bare feet with their hats. after being stuck there for more than four hours, rescuers finally arrived and pulled them to safety. lesson learned, indeed. >>> and police in south florida are seeking help after three guys were seen on surveillance tape, holding up a radio shack outlet. it happened this past monday. after corralling several people in a storage room, they went about stealing expensive cell phones, some iphones, as well. then, they fled out a back door and into, yep, a waiting getaway car. >>> and if you are feeling under the weather this morning, you have a whole lot of company. government doctors say the worst flu season in a decade is currently under way. and relief is nowhere in sight. here's abc's dr. richard besser with his flu-fighting prescription. >> reporter: it's an early outbreak. in arizona this time last year, there were 18 cases
. >>> in sports we start with a big upset in college basketball. number four arizona was surprised by unranked oregon who led most of the way. arizona surged in the fourth quarter but oregon held on for a 70-56 upset. >>> and human growth hormones and other performance enhancing drugs back in the spotlight. there's official confirmation that junior seau had cte, a degenerative brain disease, he joins pittsburgh's mike webster and david duerson of the bears and others. >>> tim tebow will not be playing for the jacksonville jaguars next season. the team you a new general manager said he can't imagine a scenario in which tebow will be a jacksonville jaguar even if he is released by the new york jets. >>> the nfl playoffs start on say day. baltimore plays in denver and green bay will be at san francisco. on sunday, seattle visits the top-seeded atlanta falcons and houston will be at new england. in hawaii at the pga sony open, k.j. choy's ball lands directly on top of the ball of webb simpson. simpson got a birdie and choy recovered with a par but that's a shot you do not see every day. >> announc
tenemos testimonios dices arizona porque este lugar. >>> en la cocina del pobre claudia aguilera trabaja en el negocio de su familia, un restaurante mexicano que colinda con la estaciÓn de la patrulla fronteriza en arizona y que por dÉcadas ha sido testigo de los cambios en la regiÓn >>> me acuerdo cuando empezaron, habÍan como unos 20 y ahora pues me imagino que hay como unos mil, 2000 agentes en esta Área >>> de los mÁs de 20 mil agentes que laboran en la patrulla fronteriza la cuarta parte de pellos trabajan en tucson, lo qe segÚn felipe garcÍa, hace de estas comunidades la mÁs seguras del paÍs. >>> eso conlleva que se conformen comunidades muy seguras y la comunidad te lo dice, hay una percepciÓn de la frontera, y para la frontera son dos lados y es increÍble ver la diferencia en cuanto la seguridad de un lado y sdro de otro lado >>> estamos a gusto para protegernos y nosotros a poyamo tambiÉn >>> algunos se sienten seguro en la regiÓn, hay quienes aseguran que se ha llegado a la m militarizaciÓn de la frontera, gastamos 18 mil millones de dÓlares el aÑo pasado. en t
of hikers offguard in arizona. how crews pulled off a rescue operation. >> leigh: i'm leigh glaser. a terrific day today. a lot of blue sky, but it was cold. we are going to warm up this upcoming work week. upcoming work week. we'll look at the se well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios >> parking control officers in san francisco are now issuing tickets for vehicles parked at spirit meters on sunday and they were busy out there today, handing out 70 two dollar tickets for $62 for spirit meters everywhere else. the r
of clouds, off and on showers. that storm is kicking up through arizona. showery weather there especially in the mountainous terrain. in the northwest, kind of falling down the back side, a little weak storm coming into areas in your north up in canada and that will bring moisture over the next several days and the snow levels are lower. we have winter storm warnings in portions of the cascades. also the intermountain west northern portions especially the state of idaho a lot of snow expected over the next couple of days. a wintry weather pattern setting up great for ski country. as far as the radar goes not very impressive. rain coming down towards the portland area. that angle of approach may be a shadow. seattle you look okay for now but we do have more in the forecast. as far as snow totals go the bull's eye, the highest looks to be, look at this, possibility of two feet of snow in the mountainous terrain in the northeast corner of owing. mountains and cascades possibility of six to 12 inches. i mentioned it's chilly in many areas. temperatures down to the 50s but flagstaff, arizona,
with live breaking news. >> the breaking news is from phoenix, arizona. here is the scene where three people have been hurt in a work-place shooting at an office complex reported just over an hour ago. police say there was an altercation prior to the shooting inside a building at 16th street and glendale avenue if you know the area. the gunman walked into the building and starting firing. a search for the shooter is now underway. the office complex is surrounded by multiple law enforcement teams and fire crews. the details are just coming in. we will bring you more when it becomes available and bring you updates on abc7news.com. >> kristen sze is on assignment. the shooting comes as congresswoman gabrielle giffords is testifying about gun violence, today, on capitol hill she was a mass shooting victim herself the first to testify before the senate judiciary committee this morning in washington, dc. her speech is impaired as being shot in the head two years ago. she spoke slowly and made some plea. >> too many children are dying. too many children. we must do something. >> the head of the nat
with our cover story along the border between arizona and mexico. >> reporter: john lab owns 14,000 wild acres in southern arizona, straight up against the mexican border. it's land that's become extremely valuable for something besides ranching. >> come on. reporter: for mexico's illegal immigrants and drug cartels, it's a golden pathway into the u.s. >> the easy part of getting across here is you've got three miles to walk. that's it. you get picked up at the highway. you're gone. >> reporter: five generations of his family have lived here. the family journeyed west over gritty trails in covered wagons in 1894. more than a century later he watches from his kitchen window as new immigrants, the illegal kind regularly march across his land. oddly undeterred by the border fence, government surveillance cameras and border agents patrolling the property. how many illegal immigrants do you estimate have crossed your property? >> i'd say about a half million people have been caught on the ranch. >> reporter: that's the size of a city. >> that's right. that's what's been caught. that's not wha
in college basketball. number 4 arizona was surprised by unranked oregon who led most of the way. arizona surged in the fourth quarter but arizona held on to a 70-56 upset. >>> and human growth hormones and other performance enhancing drugs. there's official confirm its that junior seau had cte, a degenerative brain disease, he joins pittsburgh's mike webster and dave deerson. bears. >>> tim tebow will not be playing for the jacksonville jaguars next season. he said he can't match nan not being a jacksonville jaguars even if released by the jets. >>> and baltimore plays dense the broncos and green bay will be in san francisco. sunday, seattle visits the top-seeded atlanta falcons and houston been at new england. >>> and in ohio, at the open, k.j. choi hit his tee shot on the green, his ball lands on the ball of webb simpson. that's a shot you don't see every day. >> announcer: "early today" sports is brought to you by new just for men autostop. gray is over. >>> just ahead, justin timberlake and beyonce have big plans to share with everyone. >>> plus, a real-life rescue with just in the n
fuego fernando pizarro nos tiene los detalles... la ex congresista de arizona gabby giffords urgio al congreso a actuar para terminar con la violencia con armas de fuego. reconociendo que hablar le era dificil,di le pidio al congreso ser valiente. "muchos ninos estan muriendo. demasiados ninos. debemos hacer algo. y el momento es ahora. mientras ella y su marido, el astronauta mark kelly, se consolidan como los nuevos simbolos de la lucha por el control de armas, otro incidente con armas de fuego sacudia a phoenix, arizona. la audiencia la presenciaron activistas que exigen que el congreso haga algo. es muy emocional, porque son nuestros hijos, los hijos de las madres de connecticut, somos como yo, madres, simplemente madres. el senador republicano de arizona jeff flake, amigo de la ex congresista giffords, estuvo en la audiencia, y quiere que existan mas chequeos de historial criminal, pero cree que sera dificil aprobar medidas mas amplias.creo que si tratan de empaquetar todo en 1 gran proyeto, probablemente no, pero si alguien se enfoca en algo especifico para alejar las armas de l
that specific with king's likes and dislikes? >> yes, jon. this arizona congressman thinks he knows what m.l.k. hated >> every day, mr. speaker, almost 1500 unborn black children are aborted. mr. speaker, i have every conviction that if he were alive today, the rev. martin luther king would not be silent in the face of such an outrage. >> i think it's an outrage that your state spent ten years fighting to not observe dr. king's birthday. oh, and [bleep] you, arizona. >> jon: if i'm not mistaken, i believe [bleep] you arizona is the state motto of nevada. >> i didn't know that. very interesting, jon. very informative, thank you, jon. look, jon, if we are to believe the pundits, martin luther king would be in only pro-life pro gun to occupy wall street rallies. remember occupy wall street? >> jon: sort of. if martin luther king were alive today he would be here standing with these folks >> if only those occupy folks could have had a living, breathing civil lenl end there with them. oh, wait. they did. john lewis m.l.a.k.'s still alive friend and colleague was right there. hmmm. how did that
loughner had to do that in tucson, arizona, fewer people would have been shot and killed there. >> right, and i think there is a provision if there is somebody in your home who has mental illness, you would have to have the gun locked up. look, there are a number of provisions that governor cuomo and the legislature put in place, that is a model. the nra wouldn't like that, they have a different motto, the stand your ground laws. i think there are a lot of th g things -- i want to say two things, on this fake argument over the assault weapons ban, what is an assault weapon? i mean, i talked to somebody who is a special forces officer who is deploying to afghanistan. this is a guy in iraq, afghanistan, like knows a thing or two about this. and he said no, that is the kind of gun, a civilian version of the kind of gun we carry in war. you had general stanley mcchrystal, i think i'll take their words over rush limbaugh and crazy people on line who don't actually know what they're talking about. >> now, joy reid to this very sick thing we saw in the nra's ad as we saw when we opened this th
the national debt. >> training and arming principles to stop intruders in our public schools. arizona's attorney general tom horne is with us next. and why isn't anyone in washington talking about jobs? millions of americans still out of work. where have the jobs gone? where will we find new ones? are economist joins us next. the capital one cash rewards card gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone likes 50% more... [ midwestern/chicago accent ] cheddar! yeah! 50 percent more [yodeling] yodel-ay-ee-oo. 50% more flash. [ southern accent ] 50 percent more taters. that's where tots come from. [ male announcer ] the capital one cash rewards card gis you 1% cash back on every purchase plus a 50% annual bonus on the cash you earn. it's the card for people who like more cash. 50% more spy stuff. what's in your wallet? this car is too small. lou: the job market slowly improving. but will this year be a breakout year for job creation? de minimis joins us in moments to answer that question and many others. the economy added 155,000 jobs last month. the une
on you. still in recovery after being shot, almost murdered two years ago in tucson, arizona. her husband, captain mark kelly one of the first witnesses to testified saying loughner was able to squeeze off 33 different rounds in a matter of 15 seconds because of the glock he had with the extended magazine clip and taken down trying to put in a must magazine clip into that weapon. what is your reaction to having had former congresswoman giffords there to open the hearings today. she's lending a powerful voice and draws the emotion to that. do you think her voice will break through to some of those that are more hardened of the idea of new gun reregulations? >> her voice alone would not break through but it's combined with the tragedy in newtown, 26 innocent beautiful people, 20 wonderful children, 6 great educators who very likely would be alive today if america had heeded the call before now for stronger measures against gun violence. her voice is an extraordinary beacon. and mark kelly's admonition that this time must be different, this time must be different, i think also will carry gre
million undocumented residents, deportations continue at record levels. we will go to arizona where one family was almost torn apart because of a three-year old traffic violation. >> my dad was outside and i was going to go with them to open the car, and these guys came and got him and arrested him. >> last night from 11-year-old jose arma was reunited with his father was detained two weeks ago and almost deported to guatemala. both father and son will join us today from phoenix. then, "redemption." >> i am not against the rich, i am against greed and injustice. there are more poor people here than ever before. they're all over the place. this is like everybody is down on their luck. >> a short documentary about new yorkers who survive by redeeming bottles and cans from curbs is up for an academy award. we will speak with the filmmakers jon alpert and matt o'neil. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the senate took up president obama's proposal to reform the nation's gun control laws with a high-profile s
gaseosos y poner en riesgo la seguridad de los residentes. >>desde tucson arizona carla nos tiene más. >>la corte dice que la ley entró en vigor, las apelaciones no se hicieron esperar por la prohibición de dar albergue a una persona sin documentación, quieren que esta sección entre en vigor y el gobierno dice que no, arizona se está involucrando en peticiones nacionales. >>la lucha más grande será derrotar la sección 2b, de las personas que están en estados unidos sin papeles, enfrentando demandas y apelaciones la lucha de activistas va a continuar. >>tenemos esperanza que podremos comprobar a la corte que esto se está usando de modo no adecuado. la decisión continúa en manos de los jueces, la ley no se puede forzar no está en vigor, soy carla gómez escanilla. >>los estudiantes regresan a clases después de la tragedia de coneccticut, con una mayor presencia policial para tener un entorno más seguro. >>el presidente de venezuela hugo chávez sigue estable tras haber sido operado, su hermano mayor llega a la habana hoy. >>la ausencia de él deja un gran vacío no hay un seg
comunicacion siga >>otro tema. cuando analizaron el caso de ley de inmigración en arizona, usted votó como la mayoría, en la decisión que permite que la policía actúe como agente migratori en arizona, cuando usted vota como latina, piensa en los efectos que tendrá esto en la comunidad latina, o solo se distancia y toma su decisión? >>ninguno de los dos, pienso en ser juez de la corte suprema, pienso en la ley. >>eso me lleva a mis conclusiones >>sonia sotomayor en univisión ,puede ver más de esta entrevista en edición especial del programa al punto que sale el domingo por univisión. también tenemos una edición especial de aquí y ahora donde conversaremos más con sonia sotomayor, y el lunes nos vemos para la toma de posesion. >>pero lo que es deuda, aquí esta. estas son imágenes cuando la juez se levanta y habla del tema hispano, donde hace unos pasos con jorge ramos, en una imagen inusual, pero hay que decirlo, bailó mejor la juez >>muchos interrogantes surgen luego que un supuesto sicario mexicano confesara en primer impacto que es asesino y que entre sus víctimas estaria
and arizona republican jeff flake. >> ifill: then we turn to conflicts in three places around the world beginning with a renewed wave of unrest in egypt that's left more than 50 people dead. >> woodruff: from israel margaret warner reports on fears of islamic militants and chemical weapons just overr thee border. >> warner: with conflict raging inside syria, israel's taking no chances. it's now fortifying the security barrier behind me to guard against any dangers that may arise. >> ifill: and from mali, lindsay hilsum has a story of celebration as french and local forces push north to capture two key towns. >> reporter: look at these people. just thrilled because they can dance. they can sing. the women can ride motor bikes. they can do all the things they haven't been able to do for the last nine months while the jihadis have been in power. >> woodruff: we close with a new edition of the daily download. tonight, can your facebook postings get you fired? >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by moving our economfor 160
presidente está con los detalles. > >> la ex congresista de arizona fue al congreso a que actuaran por las armas de fuego . > >> muchos niños están muriendo debemos hacer algo el momento es ahora . > >> y ahora ella con el marido son los que ayudan con esto y la audiencia esta exigiendo que hagan algo . >>> los hijos y las madres somos como yo madres simplemente. > >> y el republicano y amigo estuvo en la audiencia y cree que será difícil aprobarmedidas más amplia. >>> creo que si tiene un prpoyecto amlpio no funcoinara pero si está algo particular si funcoinara y ahroa enfrentan la durizma batalla. >>> y ahora un republicano está con la limpiez ay actualmente la ley de california los empleados de las escuerlas y esté proyecto permite que los proyectos estén con el armas de fuego y por esto diganos que opinan del plan . > >> con tantos planes para la reforma y hoy nos acompaña para aclarar algúnlos productos. >> > hay muchos más que etan redactando y cual es el proceso a seguir?. >> > bueno es basntae complicado y cada uno de las propuestas les darán un machetazo y les dar
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